8 Articles To Make Your Life Better

How To Upgrade Your Life In 22 Minutes – Neuroscientist research-based way of setting an intention for a better day, each day.

Indecisiveness Is Standing Between You and The Life You Want To Live – A post about making decisions and changes with the end goal in mind.


7 Morning Habits For A Better Day – Including the intention for the day, there are 6 other habits that can make it better.

11 Home Remedies To Help Eliminate Acne Scars – Easy to do and understand steps to help eliminate acne scars and take care of your skin. I don’t really have acne scars, but I still found several things interesting and something that I want to try!

Why I Use Fluoride-Free Toothpaste and You Should Too Now It Has Been Classified A Neurotoxin – F toxins writes about fluoride-free toothpaste and why you should leave fluoride off your healthcare routine.


An Esthetician Explains: The Correct Order For Applying Your Skincare Products – Finally, we have an answer when we should be applying moisturiser and when the serum!

Dry Skin Brushing – Reduce Toxins and Cellulite In Just 60 Seconds – Wel you won’t reduce it in the first 60 seconds, but f toxins explain how routinely dry brushing it can have positive effects for you.

Things You Have To Stop Telling Yourself – Excellent post describing things that people say to themselves and advice on how to stop saying them.



Share any articles that you might think would be beneficial for us all in the comment box below!

With love,


Inspiration of the Month – Fight and Thirst for Education

This is not the first time that I am writing about education or have an educational topic as something that inspires my month, and will probably not be the last. This blog is not about education, rather about sustainability, but I think all of it is connected and that is what I am writing about now.

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I lately got inspired by a book that I read a couple weeks ago called “I Am Malala”. I am sure all of you know who Malala is, and if you don’t, it is a high time for you to google it. In short, this book is Malala’s autobiography about her thirst for education and the fight she and her father fought for the education, especially for girls in her country, Pakistan. Alongside the fight I learned about the culture of Pakistan, about how terrorism and ignorance have affected the country and the lives of the common people there, how easily people who do not know any better it is to rile up with propaganda, about corruption and politics and what the people who are driven out of their country really want. Yes, this book talked about all of this, and it is why I will be mentioning it in my happy favourites this week, but what inspired me most was the thirst and fight for education whilst under a threat of death!

Inspiration of the Month - Fight and Thirst for Education - byLiiL

I know from my own experience, and I am sure many of you can identify with the lack of interest in education that we have in the western countries. As a preschool girl, I was eager to go to school, it was a milestone in my life, but it didn’t take long when the lack of motivation hit and my mother had to use different tactics to keep me motivated. I knew that school was something I should be excelling in for my future, but I didn’t know why. I was often questioning why something was important for us to learn and at no point was I thankful that I was able to go to school. I didn’t know that women had to fight heard for girls to be educated and I didn’t know that so many other children were not able to go to school for many different reasons.

Inspiration of the Month - Fight and Thirst for Education - byLiiL

The lack of motivation for education saddens me, especially when learning how Malala with her friends went to school knowing that if they were caught by the wrong people they might be killed. Imagine if pupils in the western culture would have the same motivation for education! I was most impressed with Malala’s father, who against their cultural norm behaved towards his daughter in an equal manner as to his sons. He recognised the importance of education for his daughter and all the girls in Pakistan and often did talks to promote girls education. He got death threats and he didn’t stop, because he saw how ignorance was feeding fear and inequality in his country and he knew that by educating all the children they would have the knowledge to make it better.

Inspiration of the Month - Fight and Thirst for Education - byLiiL

Education is power, and I don’t only mean education as school, but any education whether it is school, learning from elders, self-learning from the Internet and books, documentaries, on the job. We are fortunate in this modern world for all the opportunities that we have for learning and I hope we don’t take it for granted. There were many people who fought for the right of our education and there are still many who fight for their right to education! When it comes to sustainability, I believe education is important and although schools and Universities are slowly adapting to this change with an offer of sustainability courses, it is not enough. The more people know about sustainability the more they can do and work towards it. At the moment most of us are confused about what is contributing to sustainability and what is contributing towards climate warming. We are told using plastic is bad, wearing fur is horrible and to use less water, but how many know why.


What inspires you this month?

With love,


My Favourite Instagram pics from March

Most of us like scrolling through the Instagram and finding great pics, but I also like to see what pics others like. So inspired by that I thought I would start sharing some Instagram pics that I liked.

Go and check out these amazing Instagram accounts! You can see their account name above each picture.


Share some Instagram pics or Instagrammers for me to check out!

With love,


Inspiring Instagrammers to follow

I love scrolling through Instagram and am always on the look out for new inspiring Instagrammers who’s beautiful photos can inspire my day. Today I wanted to share some of the inspiring Instagrammers with you!


Lunamar for the Planet

Handmade swimwear and bracelets, which are ethically made. This feed is full of happy girls, gorgeous colourful images and a nice message! Inspiring happiness and ethical shopping.



Swedish Stockings

This brand makes sustainable, durable and stylish tights! Their image, though, combines art and fashion imagery as well. Inspiring how sustainable tights can be fashionable!



Pepper mum

Advocate for healthy eating and makes illustrations to support it. This image above was one of my favourites, but she makes other equally inspiring and fun.



Plant based blonde

Ethical vegan foodie, who posts loads of gorgeous pictures of healthy vegan food. Really inspires you to try those foods out. In addition, there are some inspiring quotes and cute pictures of animals. I mean wouldn’t you love to see the picture above in your  Instagram feed?




This is an ethical brand which makes accessories out of used clothing and fair trade fabrics. They are handmade by refugees and they donate their profits to fight human trafficing. There are lovely fashion images and behind the scenes pics to inspire every body!



Local eclectic

This is a shop that promotes emerging designers. Mostly pics of cool jewellery and inspiring scenery.



Mindful mover

Yoga teacher with gorgeous and inspiring pics of different yoga poses in artful or nature scenery.



Anna Cake Couture

Award-winning cake maker. I am all about the balance in life and sometimes really good cake is what you need to balance your life!


What inspiring Instagrammers do you like to follow?

With love,